Do you already have a group of 15 or more people looking to visit the Oberammergau Passion Plays in 2020?
The Oberammergau Passion Play is a world renowned cultural delight. Performances happen once every 10 years which means this event is always in high demand. We can create exciting pre and post tours to provide a unique experience for your group. Combine the Passion Play with some of Germany’s other highlights. Alternatively, venture to Austria, Switzerland or even Italy. The options are limitless with our Oberammergau Passion Play for groups packages. We can provide an inspiring bespoke itinerary and are excited to help you.
Take a look at our suggested itineraries below and be inspired. Get in touch and we can create your perfect Passion Play tour.
Striking mountains, winding rivers and charming villages make the Alpine state of Tyrol one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, both in and out of skiing season. Just a short drive from Oberammergau, this is an ideal extension for your Passion Play tour. Perhaps visit Innsbruck and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, or Lake Constance, bordered by Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Combine your trip to Oberammergau with five additional days in the Black Forest, Germany’s most varied holiday region, and one of the largest and best-known areas of the country. With its spruce and fir-covered mountains, gentle valleys, timber farmhouses, extravagant traditional costumes and of course the delicious Black Forest Gâteau, this truly is not to be missed. Why not visit the Cuckoo Clock Museum, the Gothic market city of Freiburg or the lakesire resort of Titisee?
At the foot of the Dolomites waits this gorgeous lake, one of Italy’s most popular, and a great place to unwind and soak up some sun after enjoying the Passion Play. Explore Verona, with its beautiful houses and winding streets, and see the balcony which inspired Shakespeare to write Romeo and Juliet. Perhaps enjoy a panoramic drive and lake cruise around Lake Garda and a day at leisure to explore your resort.
After enjoying the Passion Play, why not continue on into Interlaken, at the heart of the Swiss Alps? Cruise across the serene Lake Brienz, admire tumbling waterfalls as you ride the Reichenbach Funicular, or ascend Mount Schilthorn, where you will find the world’s first revolving restaurant – which James Bond fans might recognise.
With picturesque riverside towns, a castle every few miles and no shortage of locally-produce wines, it’s little wonder that the Rhine and Moselle Valleys are among Germany’s most popular tourist destinations. Combine your Oberammergau jaunt with a trip to this beautiful region. Perhaps enjoy cruises along the Rhine and Moselle rivers, with a wine tasting at one of the region’s many vineyards.
Close to the Austrian border, Oberammergau is perfectly located for you to extend your tour into a region renowned for its stunning scenery. Visit the three lakes of Mondsee, Attersee and Wolfgangsee, and enjoy a trip to Salzburg. More than just the birthplace of Mozart and The Sound of Music, Salzburg is a beautiful city to explore, with the medieval Hohensalzburg fortress standing watch over the baroque old city.
Looking for a shorter break? Combine your trip to the Passion Play with 2 nights in Munich, Bavaria’s ever-popular capital city. Visit famous sights such as the Frauenkirche and the Glockenspiel at Marienplatz. Why not also stop off at the stunning Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles en route to Oberammergau?
For individuals and groups of 9 or fewer, we are currently offering four tours to Oberammergau across the 2020 season. Book now to secure your place for this unique experience!